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History of Wallsburg, Utah
Taken from the Utah Place Names. (Links Added)
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Wallsburg (Wasatch) is a small agricultural community on U-282, four miles southeast of Deer Creek Reservoir. The early Indian name for the settlement was Little Warm Valley or Round Valley. It was finally named for William Madison Wall a native of North Carolina, who helped build the road through Provo Canyon. He was an explorer, colonizer, military officer, and church leader.

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